Experiences With Lisuride?

Discussion in 'Lisuride' started by FredSonoma, Mar 31, 2016.

  1. FredSonoma

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    There isn't that much information about Lisuride I've found - can anyone share their experience with it? Especially for people with liver / gut / bloating / starch problems?
     
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    I really benefited from lisuride for lowering prolactin and felt it was helpful for mood, warming me up nicely and increased (normalized) libido but this was in the context of a middle-aged female with a history of high prolactin so YMMV. It can also cause nausea if not taken with a decent meal and constipation if you depend on serotonin for bowel movements.

    Cyproheptadine seemed better in my experience on th GI front.
     
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    Don't have experience with it ..but since you mentioned gut issues Haidut also discussed that a bit here.

    Interested to hear what others have to say as well.

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    Is this stuff still available anywhere?
     
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    Thank you, Hamster.
     
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    I was going to order some but decided to check out the website's reviews (canadadrugs.com). People are saying they sell fake medicines.

    It's funny because lisuride disappeared from all the places previously mentioned on this forum. So if CanadaDrugs sells fake pills that explains why they've got it in stock.
     
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    do lsd and lisuride have similar functions? except for the psychedelic affects of course
     
  9. Sheik

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    Anybody know where else I could order from? I really want to try this stuff.
     
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    Blossom may I ask how long were you taking lisuride or are you still taking it? I was wondering if it is safe long term.
     
  12. Blossom

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    Sure! I took it regularly for about a year but never more than 0.2 mg per day so a fairly low dose. I continued with it off and on for another year an a half just for short periods of time when I felt my prolactin was going up. I only stopped taking it because it became too hard to find. I never worried much about the safety because I knew it was safer than bromocriptine and I had already taken that med at high doses for 2 years from 2007-2009 for my prolactinoma.
     
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    I think I've read if recall well that Lisuride could be fibrotic but that Hydergine is the safest of all?
     
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    Hydergine promotes fibrosis; it's not very safe.
     
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    Do you think Lisuride has the potential to negatively mess with the reward center of the brain and therefore motivation? Meaning if someone who is not achieving much in their life took it, they could get rewarded with dopamine without having to do anything. And this could make them unmotivated to make changes they need to?
     
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